10 Fun Fall Activities You Can Do for Free

  Autumn may be the most beloved season. The crisp, golden-hued days make it a beautiful time of year for outdoor activities, and there are count...

10 Ways to Pack Your Kids a More Sustainable Lunch

School’s back in session, and if you've opted out of the cafeteria plan, you’re probably already wondering how to keep those packed lunches fresh a...

Fake News: Eco-Friendly and Sustainable Products Need to Cost More

Despite the fact that shoppers are increasingly motivated to choose eco-friendly goods, they’re still going with conventional ones in the interest of their finances. But here’s the truth: Eco-friendly products don’t have to come at a premium anymore. 


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The Global Movement to Reduce Single-Use Plastic Waste

The Global Movement to Reduce Single-Use Plastic Waste

Our disposable lifestyle is wreaking havoc on the environment. Thankfully, a growing number of world leaders are taking action to help lessen our giant plastic footprint. Here’s a look at what countries across the globe are doing now to fight single-use plastic waste.
5 Ways to Have a Small Footprint Vacation

5 Ways to Have a Small Footprint Vacation

Every time you travel, it takes a toll on the environment. From bottled waters bought on-the-go to cranked-up air conditioning in the hotel room, ...
Organic Cotton 101

Organic Cotton 101

Buying organic is top of mind when it comes to organic food and cleaning products, but what about your clothing? 
Today is World Water Day!

Today is World Water Day!

World Water Day raises awareness and disseminates innovative solutions to reduce floods, droughts, and water pollution.

5 Easy Way to Reduce Plastic in Your Daily Life, Visual Guide!

Using less plastic is a goal that many of us strive to achieve. Looking at our daily routine shows where we can scale back the most on plastic use....

Shark Week and Plastic Don’t Mix

Discovery Channel’s iconic Shark Week is here! The longest running cable event in history is devoted to conservation efforts and correcting miscon...